Chartwell Hospitality opens Hilton Nashville Green Hills

The Hilton Nashville Green Hills is the only full-service hotel in the Green Hills neighborhood. Photo credit: Hilton

Hotel operations and development company Chartwell Hospitality opened the 210-room Hilton Nashville Green Hills.

As the neighborhood’s only full-service hotel, the property is located 5 miles from downtown Nashville’s central business district in the Green Hills neighborhood.

“Green Hills is a quickly growing region near Nashville’s downtown, and Hilton Nashville Green Hills will provide its residents and visitors with much-needed event space and full-service amenities within its new, modern design,” Rob Schaedle, founder and president of Chartwell Hospitality, said in a statement. 


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With more than 6,500 square feet of indoor meeting space, the hotel has multiple options for meetings, events and conferences. Its 3,306-square-foot ballroom can accommodate up to 330 people and can be divided into three separate rooms. A standalone 694-square-foot breakout room offers flexible seating and audiovisual capabilities. 

Guests and visitors can dine at Härth, the property’s on-site restaurant serving locally sourced American fare. The full-service restaurant includes private dining options for up to 90 guests and outdoor dining on the terrace. The hotel’s outdoor rooftop lounge, SkyBar, offers cocktails and light fare overlooking the pool. The rooftop also provides an additional 3,500 square feet of semi-private event space.

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